The nature of the healthcare industry’s mission poses unique challenges, as the ramifications of cyber attacks reach far beyond financial loss and privacy breaches. And as robotics continues to become more prevalent in healthcare, the ‘life and death’ nature of cybersecurity will become increasingly evident.
Lessons have been learned from the global WannaCry attack in 2017, with investment, governance and significant improvements having been implemented in healthcare since that time. For example, in the US, it is now mandated that any organization that handles protected health information (PHI) must ensure that all physical, network and process related security measures are in place to protect patient data and confidentiality.
To comply with new regulatory and governance procedures,
healthcare providers are now expected to conduct regular reviews of
processes and networks that handle patient data, together with updates when any new security regulations, changes to the law or technology updates take place. To help organizations comply with compliance standards like HIPAA, Titania can automate the process of vulnerability detection, making it easy to demonstrate compliance and significantly reduce the risks associated with handling patient data.
"Test devices in a fraction of the time it would normally take to perform a manual audit and stay compliant with Titania."
Titania is proven to protect critical infrastructure
Minimize cyber risk across your business’ mission critical networks
Detecting and preventing the exploitation of vulnerable misconfigurations is a top priority for Network and Security Operations teams. This is why global healthcare providers around the world are choosing Titania to gain visibility of their security posture and compliance status across their expanding attack surface.
- Accurately detect vulnerabilities
- Prioritize risks
- Identify regulatory/compliance gaps
- Monitor and maintain a clean and optimized network
- Increase the frequency of network audits